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Tomoko M. Nakajima; Julia Rose Karpicz; Justin A. Gutzwa – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2024
Although undergraduate (UG) computer science (CS) programs are increasingly engaged in diversification efforts, this work is rarely critically informed or assessed. We conducted a qualitative secondary analysis of interviews with 55 campus leaders at four U.S. institutions of higher education, to examine how diversity initiatives broadened the…
Descriptors: Campuses, Leaders, Undergraduate Study, Student Participation
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Klavdija Zorec – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2024
Based on Vygotsky's (1978) Sociocultural Theory, this multicase study explored the ways in which engagement in mentored research activities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) influenced the academic and professional aspirations of five Native Hawaiian undergraduate mentees and their persistence in higher education. The…
Descriptors: Hawaiians, Indigenous Populations, Undergraduate Students, College Faculty
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Terra N. Hall; Julie J. Park – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2024
This manuscript focuses on the role of Black megachurches in addressing the historical educational exclusion that continues to affect Black students' college access. Secondary data analysis of semistructured qualitative interviews with 27 church and ministry leaders of three Black megachurches in the mid-Atlantic region of the U.S. uncovered how…
Descriptors: Church Role, Churches, African Americans, Racism
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Bridget Turner Kelly; Milagros Castillo-Montoya; Rani Varghese; Ximena Zúñiga – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2024
Intergroup dialogue (IGD) is a critical dialogic pedagogy that calls for extraordinary care and labor. So, why as women of color (WOC), who expend disproportionate emotional labor in the academy, do we teach IGD? In this collaborative critical autoethnography, we braid our individual narratives through a critical collaborative autoethnography…
Descriptors: Researchers, Authors, Minority Group Teachers, Women Faculty
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Blakely Brown; Maja Pedersen; Jennifer Harrington; Annie Belcourt; Sweeney Windchief; Aaron Thomas; Ruth Plenty Sweetgrass-She Kills; Otakuye Conroy-Ben; Erik Brodt; Karletta Chief; Serra Hoagland; Michelle Johnson-Jennings; Jordan Lewis; Kirsten Green Mink; Kathryn C. A. Milligan-Myhre; Matthew Calhoun; Angela Ozburn; Vanessa Simonds; Anne Des Rosier Grant; Salena Hill; Ke Wu – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2024
Mentorship programs for Native American (NA) faculty in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields hold significant promise toward developing, recruiting, and retaining NA members of the professoriate. In 2018, a qualitative study was conducted that explored experiences, and mentoring relationships that enhanced or inhibited…
Descriptors: American Indians, College Faculty, STEM Education, STEM Careers
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Allegra J. Midgette; Kelly Lynn Mulvey – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2024
Racial microaggressions often occur in U.S. higher education. However, less is known about how White American students reason about their evaluations of racial microaggressions. The present study investigated how 213 White college students (54.46% cisgender women) attending a Primarily White Institution in the Southeast U.S. in the Fall of 2019…
Descriptors: White Students, Racism, Knowledge Level, College Students
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Matthew D. Powless; Kerrie G. Wilkins-Yel; Yue Li; Poh L. Lau; Jacks Cheng; Y. Joel Wong; Maureen Biggers – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2024
There is a general consensus among scholars that a gender disparity exists in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields (Moss-Racusin et al., 2018). With men holding a large proportion of faculty positions in STEM departments, they occupy a unique position wherein they may utilize their privileged status and serve as allies…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Gender Differences, Gender Bias, Womens Education
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Jennifer M. Johnson; Sharron Scott; Tori Phillips; Amani Rush – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2024
Recent attention to reports of racial bias and the vestiges of slavery and segregation on Ivy Leagues campuses raises concerns about physical and psychological safety of Students of Color attending these elite colleges and universities. This qualitative study centers the voices of 14 Black students attending five different Ivy League Institutions…
Descriptors: African American Students, Racism, Student Experience, Sense of Community
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Wilson Kwamogi Okello; Christina S. Morton – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2024
Black matters, according to Black feminist geographer Katherine McKittrick (2006), are always already spatial matters. As Black academics, we are intimately familiar with hostile environments and unwelcoming spaces (Dade et al., 2015; Griffin, 2013; Misawa, 2015). Embracing the sacred principle of nommo, which is to conjure images of biological…
Descriptors: Poetry, Creative Writing, African Americans, Self Concept
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Brittany M. Williams; David J. Thompson – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2024
In the United States, HIV disproportionately affects people 13-45 years old, people of color, people in the south, and men who have sex with men. Given the growing number of postsecondary students within these demographic groups, this presents an equity issue and raises concerns for how higher education researchers and practitioners choose to…
Descriptors: Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Scientific Research, Periodicals, Clinical Diagnosis
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Hannah L. Reyes; Antonio Duran; Crystal Eufemia Garcia – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2024
Despite the growing literature on culturally based sororities and fraternities, little research has examined how practitioners on college campuses support these organizations. This constructivist narrative study addressed this gap by centering the stories of fifteen sorority and fraternity life professionals who advised culturally based sororities…
Descriptors: Sororities, Fraternities, College Students, Campuses
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Eric D. Deemer; Aryn M. Dotterer; Stacey A. Duhon; Pedro A. Derosa; Seoyoung Lim; Jessica R. Bowen; Kay Beck Howarter – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2024
The stereotype inoculation model proposes that environments primarily comprised of underrepresented in-group members afford them protection against the inimical effects of stereotypes. We conducted a macrolevel test of this model by examining the conditional effects of university context on students' perceptions of threatening race-science,…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Stereotypes, Racial Factors, Context Effect
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K. C. Culver; Rosemary J. Perez; Joseph A. Kitchen; Darnell G. Cole – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2024
While student engagement has long been associated with students' learning, development, and success, the climate and culture of historically white institutions often create barriers to engagement among racially minoritized students. Given the institutional responsibility to facilitate equitable engagement, there is a need for new policies and…
Descriptors: Learner Engagement, Student Diversity, Racial Differences, Comprehensive Programs
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Li Bai; Ying Xian Wang – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2024
International students undergo both language and academic culture shocks in their study in destination countries such as the UK, the US and Australia. However, most of the research on international students tends to adopt a deficit discourse when portraying this group of students. This research is a response to the call of researchers in the field…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, Cultural Capital, Personal Autonomy, Culture Conflict
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Joya Misra; Ethel L. Mickey; Ember Skye Kanelee; Laurel Smith-Doerr – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2024
Climate studies that measure equity and inclusion among faculty reveal widespread gender and race disparities in higher education. The chilly departmental climate that women and faculty of color experience is typically measured through university-wide surveys. Although inclusion plays out at the department level, research rarely focuses on…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Departments, STEM Education, Educational Environment
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